At Sprocket, we’re food enthusiasts. And if you don’t enjoy eating, we’re gonna be a little distrustful of you. As an agency, we got our start working with clients in the food and restaurant world, and we still work with some of Denver’s coolest restaurants today.

Now that it’s almost officially fall (even though we’ve been wearing, and sweating through, sweaters for a week and a half), we checked in with our team about the dishes they’ll be eating (repeatedly) this fall. They definitely had some opinions:

“I’m real into Just BE Kitchen. It’s paleo and the “Wonder” bowl (minus egg because #vegan) is ridic.” — Aubrey Gordon, Sprocket President

“I love me some Citizen Rail in the Union Station neighborhood…They have a fabulous cocktail program along with amazing food from wood-fired grills, the Hickory Braised Oxtail with Rice Porridge and Wood-grilled Oysters being favorites.” — Robin Zimmerman, PR Specialist

The spread at Señor Bear, from the restaurant’s Instagram.

Señor Bear – great vibes and unique Latin menu. The Crispy Pig Tail is so legit!” — Abby Hagstrom, PR Specialist

Señor Bear. The albacore ceviche is awesome, almost overshadowed by the special slushy of the night (which rest assured is not sweet and heavy on the tequila). ” — Danielle Davis, PR Specialist

“There is only Uncle, [Denver’s most legendary ramen / Asian fusion restaurant].” — Sam Alviani, PR Specialist

“I love love love Annette (even before the Bon Appetit piece!). Everything about it screams authenticity and love. From the ornate metal interior decor, made by the owner’s grandfather, to the scratch-made biscuits that come out warm and delicious on weekend mornings. I’d eat there every day if I could.” — Kate Gilbert, Social Media Specialist  

“Hot carrots and sherry on tap at Wayward.” Lauren Butts, Social Media Specialist

“Porky Porcorino, Burrata and Aperol Spritz at White Pie. Tupelo Honey‘s Frose is pretty darn tasty, too. Oh, and the Breakfast Burrito at Just BE Kitchen!” Megan Heileman, Social Media Specialist

Hearth and Dram – known as a dinner spot but go for brunch. They’ve got a fluffernutter french toast that will rock your world.” Meg Ruggieri, Social Media Specialist

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